The Manitoba Chapter of the Canadian Evaluation Society (CES) is a not-for-profit association dedicated to increasing the value and professionalization of evaluation as well as advance evaluation theory across Manitoba in the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors in partnership with other provincial and territorial chapters across Canada.
- Inclusiveness: Members value the diversity inherent in the communities in which they work and strive to ensure their methods are appropriate to the culture and context of these communities. As an organization, the CES reaches out to ensure the diversity of the Canadian population is reflected in its membership.
- Social Commitment: Members participate on a voluntary basis and choose to give freely of their time and knowledge as a positive and essential expression of social commitment to evaluation and societal benefits from evaluation.
- Accountability: Members accept responsibility for her/his actions as they relate to evaluation practice and activities conducted on behalf of the CES.
- Transparency: Members openly disclose values, purposes, expectations, actions and conclusions while providing complete and honest information.
- Innovation: We are committed to being local leaders in evaluation by embracing positive change, cultivating creativity, and continuously improving. We strive to integrate and leverage local knowledge/capacity towards enhanced individual, organizational and community outcomes.
As of 2020, there are 54 members in Manitoba and more than 1,400 across Canada. Nationally, there are 360 Credentialed Evaluators with 15 living and working in Manitoba.
The majority of our members are female between the ages of 31 and 51 and employed in the public sector with the largest representation being from Health, Education, and Social Research.
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